FREE MILK AND HEALTHY FOODS ARE ALSO FOR DISABLED SCHOOL CHILDREN

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Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy addressed the gathering at a function organized by the JD (S) party on Saturday.

FREE MILK AND HEALTHY FOODS ARE ALSO FOR DISABLED SCHOOL CHILDREN

BANGALORE: Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Saturday said that the scheme would be extended to the disadvantaged children’s schools. Kumaraswamy said.
He was speaking after inaugurating the ‘Spandana-2018’ program organized by the Federation of Karnataka State Disabled Services Organizations on Saturday. “I will instruct the authorities to start this from next month. These children, who have been deprived of these schemes, will now be able to get hot and healthy milk, “he said.
“We have provided some programs in the budget for the welfare of the disabled,” said a survey of ’21 types of people who are disabled, debt relief, abroad for higher studies and campus for special children in 20 acres.
The Olympic Games of the Disabled: Urban Development Minister UT Khader has advised us to conduct a World Cup (Olympic) for the next year. “We are aiming for the first time in Mangalore,” he said.
He warned that if our officials were to conduct corruption in the issue of grant of education to educational institutions and educational institutions, I would immediately take stringent action against those officers.
‘What’s upset over me’
The media does not know why I’m angry at me. Narendra Modi has ruled for 4 years and has increased excise duty ₹ 10. The price of cooking gas has been raised. He was angry that he would not say anything about him.
“I have raised some price for waiver of farmers’ debt. Electricity charges rise from ₹ 4 to ₹ 10. It’s not expensive for anyone. The poor families get ₹ 20 and get purified water, “he clarified.
Highlights
* Disabled and Special Children’s Schools in the State of 300
* Children who will benefit from a 10 thousand plan extension
Weeping kumaraswamy
“I am not happy with the coalition government’s chief minister. I am a poison to swallow pain, “Kumaraswamy said. For some time silence. Washed eyes.
Speaking at a function organized by party workers, he said, ‘I do not want to have a chair, I’ll be drinking poison as a chief minister and giving you a drink. ”
“I am honoured with the day the people of the state agreed to me. Do not force me until then, “he declined to receive the honour

ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY ON JULY 15TH, LABOURNET MAKES ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ITS SKILLING BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE HEALTHCARE AND INFRASTRUCTURE EQUIPMENT SECTORS

ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY ON JULY 15TH, LABOURNET MAKES ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ITS SKILLING BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE HEALTHCARE AND INFRASTRUCTURE EQUIPMENT SECTORS

LabourNet in collaboration with AyurVAID Hospitals to skill Ayurveda Paricharaks in the healthcare sector for deployment in Japan

 LabourNet develops and conducts advanced skill training courses for youth on behalf of the Infrastructure Equipment Skill Council

 Bengaluru : India has the world’s largest youth workforce today and it is estimated that there will be 104.62 million fresh entrants in the labour market by 2022.  However, the current youth unemployment rate continues to remain as high as 10% with 31 million unemployed in India and more importantly, 43% of India’s youth are not in employment, education or training. The unemployment rate in Karnataka is 5.1% as of today and one of the main reasons for this is the gaps in their skills, which prevents them from being gainfully employed.

On the occasion of the fourth ‘World Youth Skills Day’ on July 15, 2018, LabourNet, one of India’s leading social enterprises in skill development and enabling sustainable livelihoods, announces its future plans to further expand its focus on skilling youth in Karnataka.  LabourNet has been skilling youth and providing them opportunities for wage employment and self employment through creation of micro enterprises.  Speaking at the press briefing, Dr. Gayathri Vasudevan, Co- Founder & CEO, LabourNet said “Youth skill development is the need of the hour to ensure that today’s youth of Karnataka do not remain unemployed or under-employed due to gaps in their skills.  By partnering with governments, local corporates and industry bodies, we have trained over 700,000 Indians so far and are on our way to impacting 10 million livelihoods by the year 2022”.

LabourNet also shared its plans for skilling in the Healthcare and Infrastructure Equipment sectors, which would help provide employment opportunities in India and abroad.  LabourNet has been chosen as one of the first few authorized partners for the Government’s strategic Indo-Japan Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) that aims to send more than 3 lakh Indian youth to Japan for a 1 year internship program and technical training.

Partnership with AyurVAID

 Under this program, LabourNet has partnered with the leading chain of Ayurveda hospitals – AyurVAID to train more than 10,000 Ayurveda Paricharaks (Caregivers) in the next five years. These Paricharaks will be trained for a year as a Caregiver, besides being trained in Japanese language, post which they will be sent to Japan for hands-on internship.  Speaking on the occasion Rajiv Vasudevan, MD and CEO of AyurVAID explained “Elder care workers are in high demand in Japan with more than 380,000 required by the year 2025.  These Caregivers need a very high level of professional training in healthcare to be able to

 provide high quality, standardized care as Japan has developed outstanding technology and know-how in Care Work.  Ayurveda Paricharaks trained at AyurVAID shall have the

technical expertise as well as skill sets and hence shall be suited for this high-class training, and with our partnership with LabourNet we would be able to ensure our trainees meet the highest quality to qualify them as Health Caregivers for Japan.”.

Partnership with Infrastructure Equipment Skill Council (IESC)

 With infrastructure being a key driver of the Indian economy, and a massive increase in spending on infrastructure in India in recent years, the Infrastructure Equipment sector too has seen tremendous growth.  The Infrastructure Equipment Sector is expected to cross 100,000 units per year during FY 18-19 and the IESC has been the flag bearer in skilling workers for operating these Infrastructure Equipment.  These Infrastructure Equipment can only be operated by trained and certified operators and mechanics and LabourNet has been at the forefront of providing skilling for this Sector, since the very beginning in 2015, by developing the Qualification Packs (Courses) for training Entry Level, Middle Level and Supervisors for 29 different Job Roles.

Mr.H.S.Mohan, CEO of IESC said “In the coming years it is projected that over a million additional trained operators and mechanics would be required to meet the expected growth of construction equipment. Therefore, skilling and certification of the unemployed youth is critical to ensure proper usage of these sophisticated equipment and reducing the maintenance costs.  LabourNet has partnered with us to first define the training courses and now to conduct the trainings for operators of cranes, booms and excavators”

About LabourNet:

LabourNet is a social enterprise dedicated to enabling sustainable livelihoods through skilling interventions, wage employment or self-employment. It integrates social and business impact by bridging the gaps in Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship. LabourNet focuses on improving the socioeconomic status of the workforce in the informal sector through various ways of filling in the existing gaps. These gaps could be in the wages or the knowledge and skill levels or employability options. LabourNet also endeavours to impact the lives of individuals through sustainable entrepreneurship. The team’s primary focus at LabourNet is to bring about improved quality of life for each individual and community by means of a well-rounded strategy encompassing all spheres of development such as rural development, education and skill development.

Founded in 2006, has its reach in 6000+ pin codes covering 23 states and five union territories across India, impacting over six lakhs individuals.

About AyurVAID:

AyurVAID Hospitals (http://ayurvaid.com) is the leader and pioneer in quality systems driven Ayurveda medical care. AyurVAID specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the root-cause of serious diseases across major medical specialties, as also for preventive and promotive health.

AyurVAID is approved by leading health insurance companies for cashless treatment.  The only Ayurveda Company to win a National Quality Award (the Quality Council of India-DL Shah Award in 2012) and being the 1st Ayurveda hospital to receive the prestigious NABH accreditation (in 2010), quality is a way of life at AyurVAID. AyurVAID is the only Ayurveda hospital to be recognized by the prestigious Economic Times as an India ‘Best Healthcare Brand’ in 2016 and again, as sequel, as an Asia ‘Best Healthcare Brand’ in 2017. AyurVAID was selected by the Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India, as the best Ayurveda centre in India in 2017. Founded in 2005, AyurVAID operates 7 hospitals across Bangalore, Cochin, Gurugram, and Almora impacting to date over 100,000 patients through classical, precision Ayurveda medical care.

The Infrastructure Equipment Skill Council (IESC) is a ‘Not for Profit’ sustainable organization promoted by the Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association (ICEMA); supported by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and funded by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to spearhead the skilling of workforce in the Infrastructure Equipment sector with primary focus on training and certification of operators and mechanics.

  • To train over a million Operators and Mechanics over next ten years.
  • To empanel 5000 certified trainers over the next decade.
  • To accredit 400 Training Organizations to conduct training pan India.
  • To assist certified operators and mechanics in job placements.

 CANADIAN ROBOTICS SCHOOL ZEBRA ROBOTICS ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF FIRST CENTRE IN BENGALURU

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Mr.Ajay, Mr.Shiva,Co-founder Satish Thiyagarajan, Mr.Rajesh, Mr.Kiran during press meet of  grand opening of its first robotic school in Bengaluru

 CANADIAN ROBOTICS SCHOOL ZEBRA ROBOTICS ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF FIRST CENTRE IN BENGALURU

Bengaluru : Zebra Robotics, a world-class robotics and coding center, today announced the grand opening of its first robotic school in Bengaluru with an aim to bring quality curriculum, content and approach to kids in India. Located at Jayanagar, Bengaluru, the Canada-based organization will open its doors for classes on August 1st, with an open house event scheduled on July 14th from 1-3 PM.

Founded in the year 2014, Zebra Robotics has taught over 1000 students in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada. “What merely started as casual sessions to teach robotics to our family friend’s children quickly transformed into a multi-location evening, weekend and summer camp program in the neighbourhood”, said Sharmila Govindarajan, co-founder of Zebra Robotics, while talking about the inception of the company.

Zebra Robotics plans to open 5 centers in Bengaluru by the end of this year, and 20 centers across various regions of India next year.

“We have always thought about coming back to India, and we are finally ready to give local kids easy access to robotics and coding classes. Zebra Robotics India has been made possible due to countless hours put in by JV partners, Collatrix Technologies Private Limited, friends and family members. While we have a long way to go, we have definitely taken our first step in the country,” she added.

“Learning should be hands on and fun. Especially when it comes to something so fascinating like robotics, kids should work together to solve a challenge in a friendly atmosphere without feeling pressurised,” co-founder Satish Thiyagarajan stated while stressing on the importance of a fun-filled environment in a classroom.

The unique approach of Zebra Robotics has proved to be truly essential for its students who have not only participated in but also won several competitions, awards at provincial and national levels. Some students have also represented Canada in the World Robotics Olympiad, which adds another feather in their cap.

About Zebra Robotics
Zebra Robotics was founded in Mississauga, Canada in 2014 with the vision to educate students in STEM in a fun, encouraging, and competitive fashion. What sets us apart from other educational robotics companies is our serious commitment to student learning, a unique graduated curriculum, and our wholesome support system.

Since we believe in keeping a perfect balance between work and play, the students of Zebra Robotics learn critical thinking, analytics, and design skills through coding, robotics, and technology exercises. Most importantly, students are encouraged to focus on time management, confidence, communication, and team building skills.

HEMAVATI DAM DIVISION ISSUES A NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS IN THE DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM

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HEMAVATI DAM DIVISION ISSUES A NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS IN THE DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM

PEAK GATES OF HEMAVATI RESERVOIR AT GORUR COULD BE OPENED AT ANY TIME

Hassan: The officers of Hemavati Dam Division have issued a notice to individuals in the downstream of the dam to move to more secure place expressing that the peak gates of Hemavati reservoir at Gorur could be opened at any time.
In an official statement issued here on Thursday, the Superintendent Engineer of Hemavati Project Circle said the water level had crossed 2,915 ft. The maximum level of the reservoir is 2,922 ft.
The inflow over the most recent 24 hours before 6 a.m. on Thursday was 28,394 cusecs. The inflow has been on the ascent because of substantial rains in the catchment zone.

HDK PROMICES TO KEEP 7 KG RICE AND ALSO CURRENT LOAN WAIVE

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HDK PROMICES TO KEEP 7 KG RICE AND ALSO CURRENT LOAN WAIVE

Bangalore: Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy, who is under pressure from the farmers’ debt relief, said the Rs 10,700 crore pending in the state co-operative societies. He also announced that the current loan would be waived. This will apply to farmers’ loans up to July 10.

This will be beneficial to 22.23 lakh farmers. The decision will be announced in response to a discussion on the Budget, which will benefit all farmers in the state cooperative societies for up to Rs one lakh. The government has given Rs 5,000 crore to the government. Extra burden. Besides, the debt burden of farmers in national banks is Rs 29,279 crore. Even the waiver will be.

The two-kg rice reduction budget under the Annaprabha scheme has been dropped and the demand for coordination committee president Siddaramaiah’s letter has been implemented for seven kg rice.

However, the petrol-diesel has not been discontinued by the tax deductions and the students can not afford free bus passes.

I WAS PLAYING THE BEST:
the budget debate on the long-term answer given by Kumaraswamy, incentives to co-operate in their current account holders clubs crop loans raised to Rs 1 lakh 25 thousand. I’m not playing the game for debt relief. I am speaking to the co-operative society and the banks. The current debt obligations have been concluded that the government should be burdened with all the farmers. He said that he would give loans to the farmers.

It is not okay that the landlord community will only benefit from lending. The debt waiver in the budget will be the most beneficial for the farmers of all parts of the state, particularly in northern Karnataka. Rs 9,501 crore for farmers of Belgaum in nationalized banks from nationalized banks, Rs 7,454 crore for farmers in Bangalore sector and Rs 5,563 crore for artisans department. Rs 6,760 crore in the Mysore division. The loan will be waiver.

Rs 53,000 crores In the Manmohan Singh government’s announcement, however, the meeting was followed by 43.56.506 farmers at Rs 48.093 crore. The banks said they would pay 50 per cent if they were paid.

The proposal to cut two kg of rice under the Annapakya scheme has been dropped. It is decided to give 7 kg of rice each to the previous system. The government has allocated Rs 2,500 crore to the government. He said.

Rs 188 crore on annual consumers with electricity tax Only burden. Rs 10 per month for each customer. Only burden. Tax on petrol-diesel is inevitable. However, in the case of BJP-ruled states and other states of the country, even after the taxes, petrol-diesel prices were lowered in Karnataka.

Siddaramaiah’s budget for the minority development was Rs 2,200 crore. Kumaraswamy was accused of having nothing in the budget. The Chief Minister’s reply has been raised to Rs 2,500 crore.

However, Speaker Ramesh Kumar said that Rs 1,000 crore of female power associations with 11 lakh members would be Rs 1,000 crore. He requested a waiver but told him that he would take time to review the next few days. In the previous government, the waiver loan deduction was Rs 26 crore. He said that the pending will be released immediately.

All the program announced in Siddaramaiah’s budget for coastal development will be continued. The development of the entire Karnataka is our goal. Opposition BJP members, who were not satisfied with the government’s reply, walked out of opposition leader BS Yeddyurappa. In the meantime, the House approved the budget.

RS 21,000 CRORES FOR FARMERS, 8, 165 CRORES,
Siddaramaiah government upto 20-6-2017. Wasted. Rs 8,165 crore for 21 lakh farmers The benefits to the farmers. According to Kumaraswamy, Rs 10,700 crore is now available. 22.23 lakh farmers will benefit.

CURRENT LOAN?
The new loans have been raised and renewed up to Rs. 10 lakhs at the rate of interest of Rs. 3 lakhs on co-operative banks and at a rate of 3%. The total number of banks in the state’s 21 DCC banks is Rs 11,000 crore today. There is a current loan.

WHAT IS A DEBT LOAN?
The farmers are said to be debt liabilities in co-operative societies with a loan interest at a zero interest rate and not paying for a fixed period of time. Interest is also charged for that mortgage loan.

HANDLING THE BURDEN IS A BIG CHALLENGE FOR HD KUMARA SWAMY

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HANDLING THE BURDEN IS A BIG CHALLENGE FOR HD KUMARA SWAMY

Bengaluru. The budget estimate is estimated at Rs 34,000 crore to the coffers of the debt waiver decision of farmers . The burden of Rs 45,000 crore has been raised by the revised proposal to include current liabilities and allow certain beneficiaries to be beneficiaries. Estimates exceed.

The resource cuts will be reduced if it decides to raise taxes on petrol and diesel by 2 per cent and increase the tax on power consumption from 6 per cent to 9 per cent. What is the ‘potion’ of Kumaraswamy, who has presented the first budget to tackle this deficit, is to be published in the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls on Thursday, as the burden of the burden is limited, while on the other hand the resource consolidation can be reduced.

An estimated Rs 10,000 crore additional burden on state government employees revised salaries has already fallen on the state treasury. Kumaraswamy is facing a challenge to set up money for the newly concluded people’s decision to continue with all the popular projects of the former CM Siddaramaiah government. The extent of expansion of loan waiver in such a situation is an additional ordeal for the CM over the additional challenge to the expectations of North Karnataka.

KARNATAKA KSHATRIYA MARATA PARISHATH FELICITATES NEWLY ELECTED LEGISLATORS AT MARATA BHAVAN, VASANTH NAGAR IN BENGALURU.

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KARNATAKA KSHATRIYA MARATA PARISHATH FELICITATES NEWLY ELECTED LEGISLATORS AT MARATA BHAVAN, VASANTH NAGAR IN BENGALURU.

Sri. Srimant Balasaheb Patil( Kagavada Constituency ) Dr. Anjali Hemanth Nimbalkar( Khanapura Constituency ) Sri. Anil Benake(Begagavi North Constituency ) Mr. Nagesh Rao Vanse District President of Marata Parishath at Marata Bhavan, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru.

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